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much. keep us focused on central market, too. tom from riverbed technology, thank you. trent, thank you very much for all of your great work. jimena from bank of america, thank you very much for stepping up. [applause] finally, the largest body we have today, but one of the most important ones, one that today we have shared appointments with the board of supervisors is our youth commission. [applause] yes. i assure you that people from this body, as well as all the other bodies, will one day see somebody standing in my place or in the place of the people standing by the side of meat and their respective offices. our youth are important. whether it is public safety, education, free muni, all the things we deem important to make this city healthy. you are charged with helping us with the best inclusion and policies we can have to keep families vibrant, keep our youth a safe, keep them motivated, and keep all of us paying attention to our next generation of people who will inherit everything we do and will inherit the good things as well as the bad things. with your help, there will be les
to innovation in technology and science and many other fields. the idea is this. in evolution there are many cases where a feature or a trait that evolved for one particular purpose turns out surprisingly kind of serendipitily when the organism in the environment changes. an example of this is feathers. we think feathers evolved to keep their owners warm basically. over time some creatures evolved feathers decided to adopt crazy new lifestyle of flying and ones had new feathers were better at it than ones that didn't have feathers. at one point evolution starts to skult the feathers to make them aerodynamic. so they're still just keeping them warm. flying birds have slightly asymmetrical feathers which gives them better aerodynamics essentially. you can see the shaping of after the change. the idea in accepttationy trait designed for one thing gets designed for something else. in the technology in it history of creative arts, in any field where people try to feel inventive and imaginative, that practice of taking an idea from one place and moving it over and kind of applying it in a new cont
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different, very successful businesses in finance, in manufacturing, and in technology when i chaired the panel for the clinton global initiative. they are lloyd blankfein, the chairman and ceo of goldman sachs, andrew liveris, the president, chairman and ceo of dow chemical, and john chambers, the chairman and ceo of cisco. the conversation was fascinating. listen in. >>> lloyd, let me start with you. when you look at the global economy, right now, you know, what is it, four years after the crash, what does it look like to you? >> well, we're definitely in a muddle-through phase, slow growth, very disappointing. but i think one of the things that was achieved -- and by the way, in hindsight it may look small but while we were living through it, it was very large. there was a substantial chance too substantial to live with of things falling off the rail. they're still out there, and a lot of the things that would foster growth are still uncertain and are still, you know, frankly they're still in the forward. but i think what was taken off the table recently by the -- frankly by the ce
using technology. we're going to spend the first 30 minutes or so demonstrating the wii. not only will we demonstrate how to use it, but we will doe demonstrate adaptive devices so that it can be an inclusive activity for all adults and children. my name is dr. chris thompson from the university of san francisco. go, dons. 1855. i have not been there that long. i am in the department of exercise and sports science. i think it is a good match for me to be demonstrating the wii, which is a good physical activity. i am joined on the stage by a student, not from usf, but from san francisco state. we actually talk to each other. this is mackenna. >> good morning. >> finally, i am joined by alicia from the independent living center in san francisco. it is great for all of you to be here today. people will be trickling in over the next half hour. we will give you a taste of what wii is like. we have set up the game. i will start by playing mackeena in a game of tennis. the interesting thing about wii is we use this little remote. just by moving our arms, we can control movement on the sc
look...is only the beginning. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ introducing a stunning work of technology. ♪ introducing the entirely new lexus es. and the first ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. >> war planes working to wage raids on lebanon. a drone crossed over from the mediterranean. it's not clear who launched it but many are blaming 11 on -- lebanon. venezuelans are heading to the polls in new orleans. these expatriates are lined up outside of the venezuelan consulate to cast their vote for the presidential election. people from all over are expected because the miami consulate is closed. president hugo chavez says he will accept the results whether he wins or loses. >> there is a warning for americans in pakistan tonight to stay away from government buildings and several major hotels. they said the pakistan government received a threat warning of terrorist attacks aimed at certain government buildings and hotels downtown. anti-war activists are protesting the american drone strikes this morning. conflicting accounts of problems at a foxconn f
of technology like fracking. it saved american consumers cane billion last year and led to economic boom in north dakota that has a three percent unemployment rate because of the jobs created by that. fracking is safe over decades. if rights are harmed there are army of lawyers that address the grevance. any regulation on fracking hurts mankind and in the wallet. >> say fracking 10 times quickly. wayne, if the epa uses the example to go after natural gas over all is hagoing to hurt utility bills. >> of course it will. johnathon is wrong. you have to have rules and regulation . like a football game you can't let them run bezerk. >> not what i am proposing. >> let me finish. letting people protect their drinking water. if you are infecting my drinking water you are infringing on my rights. rules should be enforced. >> let's look at the bigger picture. coming back to the energy policy they mentioned. syria and turkey are fighting oil goes up. we have so many international issues affecting our oil prices. obama administration destroyed the coal industry. and so many companies are turning to
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twice. introducing a stunning work of technology -- the entirely new lexus es. and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. . >>> magician -- magician david blaine is about to do another dangerous trick. >> he tarted the -- started the attempt last night and this is the beginning of it. dressed in a special suit and elevated to a 20-foot high platform and standing with a total of 24 hours and crashing between low current, million vote tesla coils. the spectators were entertained. >> and that is beyond impressive. it's amazing. it's the harry houdini sort of vibe. >> and i thank is insane. they say 1 million vols? no one can take that. >> and the past stunts include hanging upside down over central park, being buried alive and the case in a block of ice. >> we all wonder y you know. and what is it made of? >> and that became a father recently, too. >> and he's still doing that? >> come
it impacts adjacent neighbors or not, it's really hard to determine. but it's a common enough technology these days, it's common enough to use it also for water-proofing purposes when you do certain types of injection. so i think that, at this point, i do not see anything in the appellant's appeal to warrant that we either condition or seriously review further the permit. >> president hwang: i'm similarly inclined to hold the permit. i think i'm sympathetic that as the neighboring adjacent property owner, you have concerns about this massive and complicated project happening right next to you. and i think, you know, raising those concerns puts them on clear notice that should anything come up that impacts your home, you know, you've -- it's already been discussed. i don't think, however, we have enough before us to undo the work from the assessment of the department in issuing the permit. >> i appreciate commissioner fung's analysis in the framing it in terms of the potential risk versus any kind of known flaw. and so i would concur. >> vice president fung: i move to uphold the permit an
other and women who are diagnosed soon or now, and you tend to wonder when will this technology, this information be implemented so that i can take advantage of it? >> yeah, i think that this leads to many areas to be researched. and if you look at the triple negative tumors, i think that soon we may see breast cancer physicians, oncologies try using treatments that are typically used for ovarian cancer and realize that this is still preliminary and may take awhile before -- . >> yeah. >> we learn about this and this is still very -- . >> soon and awhile -- yo yeah. >> in the medical community and think that, and think next weekend, you would probably think, what a couple of years? >> and that might be southeastern. i think breast cancer research is happening rapidly and the findings get translated into clinical care at a fast rate and this is exciting. and it helps us understand more about how we should be treating people better, and i think that we'll so it fairly soon. >> will we have an impact on people coming through breast cancer who are survivors and treated, lumpectomies
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at all technologies and how price comes down. think about the price of a personal computer compared with the price of a computer today or the price of a dvd player. or even mp-3 player. somebody develops the technology. other people come along, use it and it's time to buy, they can make the product cheaper and that's real what he we are doing here. in many ways the brand name drug manufacturers are luckier. because they have a legislatively protected lot of contho >>> isn't it correct and fair to say that we need both generics and we need brands? not necessarily in that order? no brands no generics but they are both needed and needed urgently? >> absolutely&they are both required for effective and efficient market for prescription drugs. >> is that really your opinion, vicky? >> yes it is. >> i got another question for you. the fda has been without a fullrs worely on the fda to permanent . >> i see i've >> absolutely.120,000 workers. it's it's an extremely important agency. do you think it's unconchenable our legislature has not solved that problem? >> we have to understand that the
to a knowledge economy, technology, solutions and services and not product. there is that shift in the work force, as well. >>> the markets neared multiyear highs this week. do you think it continues to go up and do you think this is a post-debate romney rally? >> i don't know how much the debate influences the markets overall. i think that for long-term toward like us at the motley fool this is a fine time to be an investor. of course we generally think that. we like to add money every month. one of the worst things that happens and a lot of discussion on the macro issues the crisis that come along on wall street and the high-frequency trading that makes people think they have to pay attention on second-by-second basis. a lot of retail toward have been pushed out of the market or withdrawn their capital. i think that is a mistake. i think you want to be in equities, more than ever before over the last ten years if you look at the performance of stocks. . i hope retail toward watching this program are thinking of getting more in to mutual funds, equity and low-cost funds and stocks of businesses
's was closed after the 1989 earthquake because it failed to meet seismic standards. >> the technology companies and the market getting so hot, what we decided do is got it approved as an office building. >> the plans call for 22,000 square feet of office space and a restaurant. the exterior will be restored and the building brought up to modern codes. cost is what most often keeps churches from being restored. >> to rehabilitate a building like this is about $17 million to $19 million. >> st. joseph's is just a number of church buildings all over the city preservationists hope can be saved. >> the adaptation of a building like that that removes it from the vacant list that creates activity around and within a community or a neighborhood is far more valuable than seeing a building lie vacant. >> the second church of christ scientist on delores street was build back in 1915. it's an important architectural landmark. >> this is one of two wood-framed truss system domes in the city of san francisco. >> he is planning to turn the ornate church into four residential units. >> there would be three mul
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is a medical doctor and said cites on the house committee of space and technology. he is running for re-election, unopposeed. >>> volunteers from the yes on proposition 30 campaign gathered this morning in front of mcclymonds high school. the measure is backed by governor brown and would raise the sales tax and race income tax on high earners to raise money for schools and colleges. >> it's about the children. it's about the community. it's about time. it's about us having enough resources. >> opponents of proposition 30 were also at the event and they urged voters to vote no on the measure. if approved proposition 32 would severely restrict the amount of monies unions can contribute to political campaigns. >>> support is growing for a bay area gay teenager who was denied his eagle scout award. hear what some otherwise eagle scouts are doing. >>> a prehistoric found in russia. what an 11-year-old boy unchord has scientists clamoring to preserve it. >>> and it weather the weekend off to a nice stop and coming up at 10:38 the forecast for? of the major events taking place tomorrow. and
of the battlegrounds states. >>> at 11:30, the new technology that lets you print in 3-d. how you can >> ama: this probably isn't worth celebrate but it was an historic day at the gas pumps. prices in california hit an all-time high. the average is 4.61 a gallon. that beats the 2008 record by less than a tenth of a penny. in san francisco a gallon of regular is 4 .68. 4.63 in san jose and oak leafnlt prices are still affected by the chevron rye finery fire. the unanimous average is 3.81 a gal. one woman is cutting her work hours. >> i have to fill up two or three times a week, so in order to make it balance i go in less hours, cut out days and that cuts down on my gas. >> ama: and gas prices are likely to increase over the next few days. >>> with the election just a month away irit was rather low key day on the campaign attachment while president obama celebrate his wedding anniversary with the first lady, his republiccage challenger, mitt romney, courted voters in the sunshine state. >> mitt romney had the campaign trail all to himself today. the republican contender stumped for votes in th
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:30, the new technology that lets you print in 3-d. how you canÑ/&Ñfñ!ñx1q1qúl >> ama: this probably isn't worth celebrate but it was an historic day at the gas pumps. prices in california hit an all-time high. the average is 4.61 a gallon. that beats the 2008 record by less than a tenth of a penny. in san francisco a gallon of regular is 4 .68. 4.63 in san jose and oak leafnlt prices are still affected by the chevron rye finery fire. the unanimous average is 3.81 a gal. one woman is cutting her work hours. >> i have to fill up two or three times a week, so in order to make it balance i go in less hours, cut out days and that cuts down on my gas. >> ama: and gas prices are likely to increase over the next few days. >>> with the election just a month away irit was rather low key day on the campaign attachment while president obama celebrate his wedding anniversary with the first lady, his republiccage challenger, mitt romney, courted voters in the sunshine state. >> mitt romney had the campaign trail all to himself today. the republican contender stumped for votes in the critical state of
-- is it commercial applications or consumer applications? and how will we see it? >> this is a core technology. it will be everywhere. starting with improved siri, for example. something which understands my accent well and something that you can give a very high-level command, book my tickets, and it will handle it all for you. >> it will take siri to a whole new level. >> so that is one example. in a more near-term application. things that will understand. for example, in medical diagnosis you can give an image of a tissue and the computer will be able to tell us whether that is cancerous or not. further out applications would be systems that can just understand data. that is what fundamentally humans do. our cortex does. you know, we are bombarded with information, and we make a model of the world from all that information. and that's what eventually a.i. will be able to help us. >> is this sort of the ultimate manifestation of this whole big data phenomenon that we're talking about, is being able to take huge volumes of data, find for instance that as a human you may not -- >> that's right
technology to protect our water. billions in the economy. at chevron, if we can't do it right, we won't do it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ we'veit's something you're long teborn with. we've got to think long term. and inspires the things you choose to do. you do what you do... because it matters. at hp we don't just believe in the power of technology. we believe in the power of people when technology works for you. to dream. to create. to work. if you're going to do something. make it matter. >>> back now with the roundtable. george will is off, but we are joined by peggy noonan of "the wall street journal." nobel prize-winning economist paul krugman of "the new york times," jon karl of abc news and my favorite married couple, james carville and mary matalin. the debate right now, you could not have been tougher on president obama's performance in your column yesterday. >> yeah, i thought the president barely showed. i thought "the new yorker" covered the now famous "new yorker" cover in which they had a candidate romney at a podium looking at the
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and their guests. >> i really specialize in technology and helping those small technology companies through the process. >> you find that champion for your cause and you ride that for all its worth. >> reporter: our cameras were allowed along on actual lobby visits, being conducted most any time congress is in session. davis is such a familiar face in the halls of the capitol, republican congresswoman mary bono mack greets him with a kiss. >> lobbyists trade on -- if you want to use the bad word -- trade on friendships. >> excuse me. this is a won woman. >> do i ever ask a friend to do something contrary to their values and judgment on the facts? never. >> you know i've been a friend of the congressman for many years. >> i do. reporter: today they're paying a call on pennsylvania democratic congresswoman. >> that's why i try to make sure my door is open to everyone. and that we get the right information so we can make the best decisions. >> reporter: there are two components to successful lobbying. access and money. donations from lobbyists and their clients to members of congress. while it
, but proven technologies allow natural gas producers to supply affordable, cleaner energy, while protecting our environment. across america, these technologies protect air - by monitoring air quality and reducing emissions... ...protect water - through conservation and self-contained recycling systems... ... and protect land - by reducing our footprint and respecting wildlife. america's natural gas... domestic, abundant, clean energy to power our lives... that's smarter power today. ♪ gerri: well, despite the rise in stock markets, small investors are pulling their money at stocks. since march a 2009 u.s. stock mutual funds have had net withdrawals of $200 billion while bond funds have seen an inflow of a trillion. the percentage of american families to own stocks now or stock funds dropping to 46% in 2011 from 53% a decade prior, so where exactly are investors putting their money and should you follow suit? ceo of demint financial services. always great to have you on the show. you cannot get away. you cannot get away from the idea that small investors have simply lost faith in the stock
after the 1989 earthquake because it failed to meet seismic standards. >> the technology companies and getting so hot, what we decided do is got it approved as an office building. >> the plans call for 22,000 square feet of office space and a restaurant. the exterior will be restored and the building brought up to modern codes. cost is what most often keeps churches from being restored. >> to rehabilitate a building like this is about $17 million to $19 million. >> st. joseph's is just a number of church buildings all over the city preservationists hope can be saved. >> the adaptation of a building like that that removes it from the vacant list that creates activity around and within a community or a neighborhood is far more valuable than seeing a building lie vacant. >> the second church of christ scientist on delores street was build back in 1915. it's an important architectural landmark. >> this is one of two wood-framed truss system domes in the city of san francisco. >> he is planning to turn the ornate church into four residential units. >> there would be three multi-level re
technology in action. and also yourself, whether you love israel or you don't like israel, the israelis is helping with technology. if you're using your cell phone to acknowledge he, your chips in your computer or cat scan in hospital, the amount of innovation we are able to produce in israel, it is amazing. finally i can tell you it's a great place to live and to bring up your family. so even though speak about the threats and the challenges, still it is something we can all be very proud of, and i'm very proud of my country. but we have to know that every once in a while we stand united and protect ourselves, until we get to a point we will find a viable partner that we can sit down and speak about peaceful agreement. i don't see it in the near future. that's why i speak in my book about conflict management. not conflict resolution. we came to me times washington, to the white house. we've had too many photo ops, too many signs. the austrian accord, big supporters of the environment. think about the amount of paper that was wasted when we drafted the oslo accord. thousands of papers.
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in depth. one thing i found that he had was a huge technology apparatus and i went to chattanooga tennessee and i found a company called smart tack. i saw a rove about a year ago in ohio and i asked him about this company and he told me he never heard of it. i find that hard to believe. this is a come to me with a byzantine corporate history. if you go throughout the funds and corporate changes and find out who put up the original money, the original money came from to very wealthy republican donors named morsel reynold and bill dewitt. and i researched them and then pdc build that george w. bush several times. he had three oil companies in the 80s that would rally up in each time they came to stress here. they were also baseball royalty. bill dewitt owns the st. louis cardinals and his father had owned the old st. louis browns. and they gave bush entrÉe into his own texas rangers, which is one, the only lucrative investment he ever made. he put his vixen a dozen dollars and came away with about $15 million. and this company, smart tag, which started out as a legitimate technology company
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by the department of technology, the department of emergency management, the police department and the municipal transportation agency. >> same house same call? this resolution is adopted. item 13. >> item 13 is an ordinance amending the administrative code to repeal provisions extending the expiration date of the 2003 minority women and local business enterprise ordinance. >> same house same call. this ordinance is passed in the first reading. item 14. >> item 14, determining that the premises to premises transfer of a type 48 on sale general public premises liquor license from 2700 16th street to 398 12th street will serve the public convenience. >> supervisor kim. >> thank you. i just want to acknowledge this item because i know that it has been one that the board, many members of this board of supervisors has been longing over the last year and a half since the eagle first closed last april of 2011. the eagle as many of you know is a long-time lgbt institution in the south of market and has been serving this community for decades and has one known for its fund-raising capacity through the bu
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